Themes not showing up in Winterboard

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by mattpod1, Apr 18, 2009.

  1. mattpod1

    mattpod1 New Member

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    hey im havin a little bit of a problem here, i have winterboard on my 2.2.1 jailbroken ipod touch and when i put a theme in there i have been using ifun box it shows but when i apply it the orginal settings are te same, none of the winterboard themes work either, im on xp, plz help i would love to be able to get themes running on my ipod

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  2. patrese

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    Are none of them working?
    My guess is that you haven't got your folder structure right.
    Look in var/stash/Themes.XXXX/YourTheme
    There you need to see a folder called icons, a file called wallpaper etc.
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    bretto22 New Member

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    are they showing up in winterboard? i had a problem where they didnt show but a restore fixed that
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    mattpod1 New Member

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    Yeh they do show up in winterboard
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    None of them work so ill give it a go on wat u have said
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    You are sure the WinterBoard dylib has been loaded?
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    mattpod1 New Member

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    yes i have done that, could someone post a screenshot of the var/stash/themes.xxx folder with the contents of a theme in it cus im still not getting any joy plz help it just keeps showing up with the orginal theme, ive tried downloading different ones and still get the same thing
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    Eh.. same problem..
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    I know how to resolve it
    This is what you have to do:
    1)Unzip all the files in your desktop.
    2)Open the Unzipped folder and you´ll see a folder with a .theme as extension. Cut that folder and paste it in your desktop.
    3)Now you have to drag that folder on the Ipod in this path: Library>Themes

    Now if you done it correctly you will be able to use that theme.
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    eg0tism New Member

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    That doesn't make any sense.

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